Honeywell 128BPTSIA manual

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    800-06905 6/10 R ev C V V V V V V V V I I I I I I I I S S S S S S S S T T T T T T T T A A A A A A A [...]

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    – 2 – Your Hon eywell s ecur ity sy stem is designe d for us e with devices ma nufactur ed or a [...]

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    – 3 – TABLE OF CONTENTS SYSTEM OV ERVIE W .................................... 5 General .......[...]

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    – 4 – Using the 9 Key ................................... 41 VIEWING AL ARM CO MPANY MESSAGE S .[...]

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    – 5 – System Overv iew General Your H oneywell sec urity sy stem consists o f a main cont rol pa[...]

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    – 6 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) A Partitioned System Simply state d, a partitio ned system sha[...]

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    – 7 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) NOTE: Cross Zoning and Swinge r Suppre ssion options c an help[...]

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    – 8 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) Speed Key (M acros) The sys tem can store a st ring of up to 3[...]

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    – 9 – System Overvi ew (cont’d) Self-Help Featur e Abbrevi ated user's ins truction s are[...]

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    – 10 – About The Keypads General IMPORTANT: If th e keypad beeps rapi dly upon enter ing the pre[...]

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    – 11 – Functions of the Keypad 1 OFF 4 MAX 7 INSTANT READY 2 AWAY 5 TEST 8 CODE 0 3 STAY 6 BYPAS[...]

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    – 12 – Functions of the Keypad (cont’d) ALPHA DI SPLAY WI NDOW: A 2-line, 32-character Li quid[...]

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    –13 – Functions of the Keypad (cont’d) 9 CHIME : Tur ns on & off th e CHI ME mode. When on[...]

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    – 14 – Entry/Exit Delays General Information Your sy stem has ins taller -pr ogrammed tim e de l[...]

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    – 15 – Security Codes and Authority Levels General Information At the tim e of install ation , y[...]

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    – 16 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) Authority Levels Author ity l eve ls defi [...]

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    – 17 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) General Rules on Authority Levels and Chan[...]

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    – 18 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) To Add a User IMPORTANT: Te mporar y u ser[...]

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    – 19 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) MULTI-ACCESS ? 0 = NO , 1 = YES If you as [...]

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    – 20 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) To Change a User's Code CODE 1. Enter[...]

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    – 21 – Security Codes and Authority Levels (cont’d) To Delete a User CODE 1. Enter Master or M[...]

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    – 22 – Accessing Other Partitions To Access another Partition Eac h key pad is ass igne d a defa[...]

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    – 23 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) Global Arming Notes: • When per form ing a G loba[...]

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    – 24 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) The fol lowing is an example of what wo uld be disp[...]

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    – 25 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) Common Lobby Operation When an inst allati on c ons[...]

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    – 26 – Accessing Other Partitions (cont’d) How User Codes Affect the Common Lobby Codes w ith [...]

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    – 27 – Checking For Open Zones Using the ✳ ✳ ✳ ✳ READY Key Befor e arming your syst em, [...]

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    – 28 – Displaying All Zone Descriptors Using the ✳ ✳ ✳ ✳ READY Key The Alp ha Key pads c[...]

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    – 29 – Bypassing Protection Zone s Using the 6 BYPASS Key This key is us ed w hen yo u wan t to [...]

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    – 30 – Bypassing Protection Zone s (cont’d) Quick Bypass Your system allow s you to easily byp[...]

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    – 31 – Bypassing Protection Zone s (cont’d) Group Bypass Your syst em allow s you to easily by[...]

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    – 32 – Bypassing Protection Zone s (cont’d) Zones Remaining Bypassed After Disarming The sys t[...]

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    – 33 – Arming Perimeter Only (With Entry Delay ON) Using the 3 STAY key Use thi s key w hen y ou[...]

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    – 34 – Arming Perimeter Only (With Entry Dela y ON) (cont’d) Auto-STAY Arming Auto- stay all o[...]

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    – 35 – Arming Perimeter Only (With Entr y Delay OFF) Using the 7 INSTANT Key Impor tant: If you [...]

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    – 36 – Arming All Protection (With Entry Delay ON) Using the 2 AWAY Key Use th is key when n o o[...]

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    – 37 – Arming All Protection (With Entr y Delay OFF) Using the 4 MAXIMUM Ke y Use this k ey wh e[...]

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    – 38 – Quick Exit Using the # + 9 Keys The Quic k Ex it featur e all ows you to ex it the arm ed[...]

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    – 39 – Disarming and Silencing Al arms Using the 1 OFF Key The OFF key is us ed to d isarm the s[...]

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    – 40 – Using the Keyswitch General Your system m ay be equ ipped w ith a k eyswi tch f or use w [...]

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    – 41 – Chime Mode Using the 9 Key Your system can be se t to alert y ou to the op ening of a doo[...]

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    – 42 – Viewing Alarm Company Messages General Information User s of th e syst em ma y peri odica[...]

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    – 43 – Panic Keys (For Manually Activat ing Silent and/Or Audible Alarm s ) Using Panic Keys You[...]

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    – 44 – Speed Key (Macros) General Information The “A”, “B ”, “C”, and/or “D” key[...]

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    – 45 – Speed Key (Macros) (cont’d) key is unne cessary. T he system inte rprets the use of the[...]

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    – 46 – Access Door Control General Information Yo ur sy stem m ay be set up s uch that a locked [...]

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    – 47 – Using #70 Relay Menu Mode General Information Your sy stem may be set up so that certain [...]

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    – 48 – Using Schedules Delaying the Closing Time Your sy stem 's pr ogramm ed sc hedul es m[...]

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    – 49 – Using Schedules (cont’d) Programming Temporary S chedules Te mpor ary s che dules only [...]

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    – 50 – Using Schedules (cont’d) DAYS ? MT WTFSS HIT 0-7 X X This is the pr ompt th at ac tuall[...]

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    – 51 – Programming Device Timers General Information D e vi c e ti me rs co ns i s t o f a n O N[...]

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    – 52 – Programming Device Timers (cont’d) 00 ON TI ME ? 00:00 PM Enter th e time y ou wan t th[...]

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    – 53 – Programming Device Timers (cont’d) Randomize Output Device Times Devic es in you r sy s[...]

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    – 54 – Using #77 Instant Activation Mode The #77 Inst ant Activ ation Mode i s used to act ivate[...]

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    – 55 – Using #77 Instant Activation Mode (cont’d) Bypass Commands Activation times 1 (Beginnin[...]

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    – 56 – Using #77 Instant Activation Mode (cont’d) Additional Commands Action Code Action Speci[...]

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    – 57 – Event Log Procedures General Information The sy stem h as th e abilit y to rec ord v ari [...]

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    – 58 – Event Log Procedures (continued) After the last event has been displayed, the END OF EVEN[...]

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    – 59 – Setting the Time and Date 1. Enter Installer or Master Code + # + 63 . Typ ical d isplay [...]

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    – 60 – Testing the System (To Be Conducted W eekly) Using the 5 TEST Key The TEST key put s your[...]

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    – 61 – Fire Alarm System Your fire alarm system (if instal led) is on 24 hour s a day, pro vidin[...]

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    – 62 – Trouble Conditions Typical Trouble Disp lays The wor d CHECK or TR BL on the K eypad&apos[...]

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    – 63 – Trouble Conditions (cont ’d) • A display of " Phone Line Cut " accomp anied[...]

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    – 64 – Recommendations for Proper Protection The following recommendations for the location of f[...]

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    – 65 – Recommendations for Proper Protection (cont’d) In additi on, we re com mend the follo w[...]

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    – 66 – Emergency Evacuation Establi sh an d regu larly pr actice a plan of esc ape in th e ev en[...]

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    – 67 – Maintaining Your System Taking Care of Your System The c omp onents of y our sec ur ity s[...]

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    – 68 – Maintaining Your System (cont’d) Silencing Low Battery Warning Tones at the Keypad The [...]

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    – 69 – Quick Guide to System Functions FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS Check Zon es Press [ ✱ ]. T[...]

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    – 70 – Quick Guide to System Functions (cont’d ) FUNCTION PROCEDURE COMMENTS Delete a Use r En[...]

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    – 71 – Summary of Audible Notifica tion (Alpha Display Keypads) SOUND CAUSE DISPLAY LOUD, INTERR[...]

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    – 72 – FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS The user shall not m ake any c hanges or mod[...]

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    – 73 – “FEDERAL COMMUNICA TIONS COMMISSION (FCC) Part 68 NOTIC E This eq uipment c omplies wit[...]

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    – 74 – CANADIAN DEPART MENT OF COMMUNICATIONS (DOC) STATEMENT NOTICE The Canadian Department of [...]

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    – 75 – WARNING! THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS ALARM SYSTEM While this system is an advanced design s e[...]

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    – 76 – Index #70 Command ....................................... 46 4286 VIP M odule ...........[...]

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    – 77 – LO Bat ................................................... 62 Low Battery ...............[...]

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    – 78 – TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Honey well I nternational I nc., acting through i ts Se curity [...]

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    – 79 – NOTES[...]

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